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amekaca
California, USA
Member Since 12/18/2005
amekaca
My Quit:
I've been free from nicotine just over three years...Praise God!!! I smoked for 18 years and tried to quit several times throughout, but it took me HATING each cigarette I smoked, deciding to grow up and suffer the pain of letting go, and creating a plan or strategy based on expert advice, not my opinion.

QuitNet was my lifeline for the first few months... I was here everyday, all day, taking to others about what I was going through. Everyone here helped me get through the worst and here I am, still clean. Thank you all.

Advice:
Understand that quitting is a lifestyle change that must be treated as priority.

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